In this section of the blog, I share experiences and details about other non-tech aspects of life including gardening, carpentry and building projects, and recipes for good food. Use the sub-navigation menu or search to find the post of your choosing.

COVID-19 Booster Outcome

Documented my experience wth getting the COVID booster
A 1 minute read | posted on 2021-12-08

Be Productive When You Can't Sleep

Be Productive When You Can't Sleep Sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night. For example, right now as I am writing this post, it is 1:59 AM. I have been awake for probably the last 30 minutes, but physically got out of bed about 3 minutes...
A 3 minute read | posted on 2021-12-02

Blogging for Dummies

Started reading the book Blogging for Dummies to gain knowledge
A 3 minute read | posted on 2021-11-15

Weather Data for October 2021

Weather data from the National Weather Service for October 2021
A 7 minute read | posted on 2021-10-02

Weather Data for September 2021

Weather data from the National Weather Service for September 2021
A 7 minute read | posted on 2021-09-02

Weather Data for August 2021

Weather data from the National Weather Service for August 2021
A 8 minute read | posted on 2021-08-02

Fustigate, Toastmasters Word of the Day

I served as grammarian for this Toastmasters meeting
A 1 minute read | posted on 2021-07-06

Moving in with My Fiance

My fiance was given an opporunity to post on my blog. She shared how things were going with us living together.
A 5 minute read | posted on 2021-07-02

Weather Data for July 2021

Weather data from the National Weather Service for July 2021
A 7 minute read | posted on 2021-07-02

Latest Pickings from Garden

Provide the latest update with from the garden and what I have been able to pick
A 1 minute read | posted on 2021-06-30

Summer Table Topics Questions for Toastmasters Meeting

I signed up to be the table topics master for the upcoming Toastmasters meeting. Here are the questions that I came up with.
A 3 minute read | posted on 2021-06-29

Three Months With A Dog

I had what I have learned about being a pet parent after having a dog for 3 months.
A 4 minute read | posted on 2021-06-22

Pro Tower Machine Assembly

I share my experience with assembling a Pro Tower Machine that a customer purchased from Academy Sports and Outdoors.
A 5 minute read | posted on 2021-06-12

Creating Multiple Income Stream Notes

Below are the notes that I took during a webinar about how to diversify or increase your income streams. Having multiple income streams is great because if one stream ends or changes, another stream can continue to provide you with income. Ways...
A 2 minute read | posted on 2021-06-12

Maximize Your Layover, Leave The Airport

You can maximize the value of your vacation by also visiting cities that you have a layover in. Just make sure that you have enough layover time.
A 6 minute read | posted on 2021-06-11 | updated on 2021-06-12

Star Space Executive Office Chair Review and Assembly

Problem The chair that I previous had, experienced a lot more wear and tear during the pandemic as I was working from home. Not to mention, the chair had seen better days. It was manufactured in 1965 (really it has the date stamped on the...
A 10 minute read | posted on 2021-06-05

Weather Data for June 2021

Weather data from the National Weather Service for June 2021
A 6 minute read | posted on 2021-06-24

TSA Pre-Check Differences in Non-Precheck Line by Airport

As a registered TSA Pre-Check user, I went through the non-precheck line and noticed differences at each airport.
A 5 minute read | posted on 2021-05-24

Blog Challenge, May 2021

The fiancee and I agreed to a blog challenge. Here's now it turned out and what I learned
A 4 minute read | posted on 2021-05-08

How Programmers Can Stay In Shape

Having a desk job could mean that you gain weight if you do not take care of yourself.
A 7 minute read | posted on 2021-05-07

ToastMasters Ice Breaker

Share my experience doing my first speech with my local ToastMasters group.
A 4 minute read | posted on 2021-05-05

Garden Update, May 3, 2021

Providing latest information about the garden
A 4 minute read | posted on 2021-05-03

Grass Cutting Job as Handy Pro

Wanted to share my expeirence with cutting grass as a Handy Pro service provider.
A 3 minute read | posted on 2021-05-01

Installing EcoBee 3 Lite Thermostat, Uninstall and Reinstall

Uninstall and reinstall Ecobee thermostat for you to see the process.
A 1 minute read | posted on 2021-04-17

COVID Vaccination

Talk about what happen and the side effects that I experienced after getting the COVID vaccination
A 4 minute read | posted on 2021-04-11 | updated on 2021-04-13

Trex and Tomcat Rat Trap Product Review

Product review on the Trex and Tomcat Rat Trap
A 10 minute read | posted on 2021-04-03

Becoming a Dog Parent

Discussing things that you will have to learn when you become a dog parent
A 4 minute read | posted on 2021-03-30

National Puppy Day 2021

Found a dog and attempted to give it back
A 7 minute read | posted on 2021-03-23

Painting Doorbell Cover for Better Appearance

Painted the doorbell box because I did not like the fact that it stood out on the wall with other items.
A 5 minute read | posted on 2021-03-20

TV Mounting for Handy

Mounted a TV for a customer. I described the details of the job and how it was done.
A 9 minute read | posted on 2021-03-06

Growing Without Planting Seeds

There are greens that are growing in the garden and I didn't plant them there.
A 1 minute read | posted on 2021-02-26

DIY Honeywell Wifi Thermostat Installation

I wanted to have a connected thermostat that allowed me greater control for my system as well as allow me to made adjustments when away from the home. The thermostat installed in this video is the Honeywell RTH9585WF Smart Color Thermostat. Video
A 1 minute read | posted on 2021-02-20 | updated on 2021-06-22

Starting the Garden for Spring 2021

Talk about what is done after giving the garden a break for the winter time
A 4 minute read | posted on 2020-02-09

Monitor Stand Build

I discuss on how I build a monitor stand for my desk at work
A 1 minute read | posted on 2021-01-30 | updated on 2021-06-04


TODO email r3chair , amazon card Comm Zone Workshop need to manage documents communicate information about upcoming events and activities webpage of resources, such as meeting minutes, media library, provide analytical data for the website and...
A 1 minute read | posted on 2020.09.12

NSBE 46th National Convention - Engineering the Revolution

Background This convention was held virtually this year do to the coronavirus. The convention took place from August 19-23, 2020. Given that the convention was hosted online, there were some opportunities to network with others, but not as many...
A 24 minute read | posted on 2020-08-20 | updated on 2020-08-20

What is a Contactor? How does a Contactor work?

Recently I had to replace the contactor on my air conditioner after the last one had a burned wire on it. I discuss the parts of a contactor and how it works. Check out the video! Video Transcript (Unedited) what's going on fellow engineers this...
A 6 minute read | posted on 2020-08-15 | updated on 2020-08-16

Replacing Contactor on Air Conditioner

The air conditioner stopped working at my home. Come to find out, one of the wires had burned off on the contactor, which resulted in a hot house in August. Definitely not something good. Take a look at the video to see how I diagnosed and fixed...
A 9 minute read | posted on 2020-08-08 | updated on 2020-08-16

Build A Simple Firewood Stand

Background I have tress and limbs that periodically fall or need to be cut. The problem that I had is that I did not have anywhere to store the items so that they could properly dry out to be used in the firepit. Thus I built a firewood stand...
A 4 minute read | posted on 2020-08-08 | updated on 2020-08-08

Front Yard Landscaping

Background Customer wanted to update the look on her front yard. She requested that I perform the work. The initial discussion was about replacing a shrub, but expanded into doing more. As you can see, couple of the bushes had died and had been...
A 4 minute read | posted on 2020-07-21 | updated on 2020-07-21

Ceiling Fan Installation with Downrod

I describe the replacement of a ceiling fan for a customer in one of their bedrooms.
A 2 minute read | posted on 2020-07-12 | updated on 2020-07-30

NSBE National Leadership Training 202007

Comm Zone Strategic Planning Session 20200708 excellence in membership innovative communication 360 national communication request form - create our own contact form within the next year, will attempt...
A 6 minute read | posted on 2020-07-07

LSU AG Gardening Course Module 5

Types of Plant Reproduction sexual (seeds) asexual (vegetative) Sexual Reproduction parts of the plants are from the previous module. seeds generate differently between monocot and dicot epicotyl is usually the first thing that shows up out of...
A 2 minute read | posted on 2020-06-24

Replacing Exterior Trim

Background Customer had some trim that was rotting on an exterior door. From what I can tell, all of the water was not being caught by the gutter in some places. As a result, the water would land on the patio after falling off the roof and splash...
A 1 minute read | posted on 2020-05-20 | updated on 2020-07-24

Notes from session @theblackupstart about writing book during quarantine

iamashcash was the speaker step 1: make sure that people want the book survey and research the market first; are there videos on the topic; don't want to write a book on a topic that nobody wants to read "everyone has a book in them" find how...
A 3 minute read | posted on 2020-04-05

Night School Investing Notes

Background After the quarantine started, SchoolHouseU started doing IG Live sessions called Night School. The purpose of these night school classes was to teach people various skills by people that have demonstrated their skills online. This...
A 1 minute read | posted on 2020-03-31 | updated on 2020-08-30

8 Steps to Replace A Toilet Fill Valve

I cover how to replace the fill valve on a toilet that is leaking or faulty.
A 6 minute read | posted on 2020-03-15 | updated on 2020-08-08

Mega Zip at Red Mountain Park

Read about my recent visit to the Red Mountain Park in Birmingham, Alabama
A 6 minute read | posted on 2020.02.19 | updated on 2020.09.06

January 2020 Garden Update

Red Lettuce Today, I removed the red lettuce that I attempted to grow this winter. Normally lettuces and other leafy greens do well during the winter season due to the cooler temperatures and the occasional frost that controls bugs and sweetens...
A 2 minute read | posted on 2020-01-25

21 Days of Prayer and Fasting

Background Each year, the church that I attend does a fast and prayer at the beginning of the year. For the past two years, I have given up something during the fasting season and kept track of it on my Trello board. This year, I have decided...
A 13 minute read | posted on 2020-01-04

Word of the Year 2020

How I went about choosing a word of the year
A 5 minute read

Greens in Grass

Update for my garden for the weeks of 2019.12.15 and 2019.12.22.
A 2 minute read | posted on 2019-12-28 | updated on 2021-06-01

McGill University Personal Finance Essentials

A friend on social media posted about this online financial course that is available for free from McGill University in Canada. As you can imagine, the course is designed for Canadians, but I found that the concepts, ideas, and terminology could...
A 14 minute read | posted on 2019-12-26

You Still Rake Leaves?

It is that time of year. Weather has changed for the cooler and you have a bunch of leaves in your yard. Are you really going to want to spend time raking them? Probably not. There are various ways to handle leaves when the season change. Let...
A 1 minute read | posted on 2019-12-22 | updated on 2021-06-01

Takeaways from Christopher Robin movie

Every year during the month of November, the church that I attend does a series where movies are used to provide examples and metaphors of the Word. This week's particular movie was "Disney's Christopher Robin". As I was in church, watching this...
A 4 minute read | posted on 2019-11-24 20:26:49

21 Days for a New Habit

Background They say that it takes 21 days to learn a new habit and to break old ones. Therefore, I took 28 days to see what would happen. Was I trying to overachieve by doing more than what was necessary? Nah. Initially, it was going to be 21...
A 5 minute read | posted on 2019-08-15 22:40:33 | updated on 2020-02-01 11:50:01

Reinforce Bookcase with Plywood

Reinforce Bookcase with Plywood Summary In this video, I show how I went about reinforcing a bookcase with a plywood back. The original backing that came with the bookcase was made of cardboard. After a number of moves and relocations, the...
A 4 minute read | posted on 2019-07-30 | updated on 2020-07-08

Squirrels Taught Me About Women and Food

DISCLAIMER: I am not equating a squirrel to a woman. That is not a fair, nor equal comparison by no means. The comparisons mentioned below are for the sake of illustration and for laughter. Background I'm sure you have seen the image above...
A 6 minute read | posted on 2019-07-03 11:49:56 | updated on 2020-02-01 16:16:16

3 Benefits of Doing Something Different When Stuck

As some of you may know, I build automations as part of my day job. Sometimes, I do find myself getting stuck on building an automation. When it comes to programming, you can do an online search and find an example or the exact code for the thing...
A 5 minute read | posted on 2019-06-13 12:58:19 | updated on 2020-02-01 11:42:47

Identify Electrical Circuits and Label Breaker Panel

Identify Electrical Circuits and Label Breaker Panel Summary This video describes how I went about identifying the breakers in my breaker panel. The panel only had 4 of the 26 breakers labeled. So by labelling, it would be easier to know which...
A 12 minute read | posted on 2019-06-11 | updated on 2019-12-22

7 Steps for More Steps

Background As research has frequently mentioned, one of the many keys to remaining healthy is to have an active lifestyle. One of the recommendations to achieve this is to walk at least 10,000 steps per day, which equates to about 5 miles. Make...
A 6 minute read | posted on 2019-05-09 06:00:00 | updated on 2020-02-01 13:22:27

4 Steps to Change the Battery in Nissan Altima Intelligent Key

4 Steps to Change the Battery in Nissan Altima Intelligent Key Step 1 1) Low Key Battery message. When this message appears, you need to get a replacement battery and change it. Replacement battery information is below in Step 2 1a) Other error...
A 2 minute read | posted on 2019-05-02 | updated on 2020-07-08

Weber Charcoal Chimney Review and First Use

Weber Charcoal Chimney Review and First Use Summary In this video, I give my review of the Weber Charcoal Chimney. The Weber Charcoal Chimney allows you to light charcoal without the use of lighter fluid or other chemicals. I also do a...
A 1 minute read | posted on 2019-04-27 | updated on 2020-07-08

How to Start A Garden in 8 Steps

How to Get Started With A Garden Spring... all that pollen lets us know that is here. I recently got asked by a high school classmate how I got started with my garden and any tips that I could provide them with to help them get started with hers....
A 8 minute read | posted on 2019-04-10 | updated on 2021-06-01

Containers vs In Ground Gardening

If you live in a small space container gardening works very great. However, there are some advantages and disadvantages to doing container gardening or gardening in pots versus putting your fruits and vegetables directly into the ground. In this...
A 4 minute read | posted on 2019-03-19 | updated on 2021-06-01

Manual Tree Branch Tear Down

No commentary is done in the video. Just a demostration showing the process of what I did get it done. Just removing a dead and decaying tree limb from a tree. The limb has been dead for some time. It was resting a branch that was in front of it....
A 1 minute read | posted on 2019-03-16 | updated on 2021-06-01

Sow, A Planting Companion

What is the Cooperative Extension? The Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES) is based out of Auburn University (it hurts to type that... Roll Tide... That's better!) and Alabama A and M University. Each county has a county extension office...
A 2 minute read | posted on 2019-03-11 | updated on 2021-06-01

Building Raised Garden Beds

This year, I decided to expand the growing space for my garden. As some of you may know, I have, for years, planted my fruits and vegetables mostly in containers and pots instead of directly in the ground. I’ve learned a number of lessons about...
A 5 minute read | posted on 2019-03-11 | updated on 2021-06-01

Greens From the Winter Garden

As we enter March, it's almost time to prepare for the summer garden. Weather Summary However, Mother Nature decided to throw a curve ball with an unexpected frost after severe weather. I did see a post on social media about the groundhog got the...
A 1 minute read | posted on 2019-03-04 | updated on 2021-06-01

Every Gardener Needs a Journal

It's important to document your garden observations because humans are forgetful. Think about it... do you really remember how much fertilizer that you used 4 years ago on the tomato plants? Probably not. Do you remember how many times that...
A 2 minute read | posted on 2019-02-23 | updated on 2021-06-01

Remove Water from Car Trunk

Remove Water from Car Trunk Summary This video covers how you can permanently prevent water from staying in your trunk. The vehicle in this video that this repair is being done to, is a 2013 Nissan Altima. Video
A 1 minute read | posted on 2019-02-09 | updated on 2020-07-08

Make Your Crockpot Smarter with a Timer

Summary This tutorial shows how using a timer on a "dumb" crockpot instantly makes it smarter. This is a better alternative than buying another crockpot that has the automatic shut off functionality built in. Video Transcript (Unedited) WANTS TO...
A 2 minute read | posted on 2018-11-03 | updated on 2020-07-08

Change Air Filter on 2013-2018 (5th Generation) Nissan Altima

Change Air Filter on 2013-2018 (5th Generation) Nissan Altima Summary This tutorial shows you how to change the engine air filter of a 2013 Nissan Altima. Although this is being done on a 2013 Altima, the procedure is the same for all 5th...
A 1 minute read | posted on 2018-10-27 | updated on 2020-07-08

How to Replace Toilet Gasket and Bolts

One of the toilets was leaking between the tank and bowl section. Thus I made a video showing how to replace the gasket between the two.
A 7 minute read | posted on 2018-07-21 | updated on 2020-08-29

1 Year Review of Liftmaster 8500 with MyQ Internet Gateway

One year ago, I installed this Liftmaster 8500 garage door opener. Bought it online and installed it myself within a weekend. The kit that I purchased came with the MyQ Internet gateway. You can watch my video review about the opener on YouTube....
A 3 minute read | posted on 2018-01-20 | updated on 2020-07-08

Snowfall Timelapse in Montgomery, AL - January 16-17, 2018

Snowfall Timelapse in Montgomery, AL - January 16-17, 2018 Background Timelapse of the snowfall that occurred on January 16-17, 2018. In total, 3 to 4 inches of snow fell in the area although 1 to 3 inches was forecasted. Video Key points in the...
A 1 minute read | posted on 2018-01-19 | updated on 2021-06-01

Whole Baked Chicken with Lemon Pepper Seasoning

Whole Baked Chicken with Lemon Pepper Seasoning Ingredients 1 chicken Lemon pepper seasoning (or another seasoning of your choosing) Directions Pre-heated oven at 400 F (205 C) Wash the chicken inside and out. Remove all the internal organs....
A 1 minute read

Tzatziki Sauce

Needed to make some sauce for a peta that was for dinner. Since I did not want to go to the store, I used what I had in the fridge to make a remixed version of Tzatziki Sauce. Ingredients sour cream salt minced garlic parsley lemon juice I will...
A 1 minute read | posted on 2021-08-17

Sweet Potato Pie

Sweet Potato Pie Ingredients 1 pound sweet potato 1/2 cup softened butter 1 cup brown sugar (or white sugar) 1/2 cup milk (or evaporated milk) 2 eggs 1/2 teaspoon ground nutmeg 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 (9 inch)...
A 1 minute read

No Pre-Heat Whole Chicken

No Pre-Heat Whole Chicken Ingredients whole chicken seasonings of your choosing Directions Rinse chicken. Remove the packet in the cavity if there is one Season chicken. Put some of the seasoning between the skin and the thigh, skin and breast,...
A 1 minute read

Loaded Hash Browns

Ingredients potatoes cut on grater or frozen hash browns eggs ham, bacon, or sausage green onions, chopped seasonings cooking spray Cooking Pre-heat waffle iron or maker while chopping and mixing ingredients If cutting potatoes into hash browns,...
A 1 minute read

Hot Pepper Sauce

Hot Pepper Sauce Ingredients Hot peppers (grown in garden is preferred, but store-bought is acceptable) white vinegar salt garlic Directions Remove steps from peppers. Wash peppers throughly Heat mixture of vinegar, water, salt, and garlic (or...
A 1 minute read

Grilled Hamburgers

Grilled Hamburgers Ingredients Ground beef (ground turkey or pork can be substituted) 1 egg Hamburger seasoning (or seasoned salt and pepper) Directions Heat the grill to cooking temperature. In a bowl, combine the ground beef, seasoning, and...
A 1 minute read

Grilled Pork Ribs

Grilled Pork Ribs Ingredients Pork ribs Apple cider vinegar Onions (or granulated onion) Garlic (or garlic powder) Salt Water Barbeque sauce Directions Heat the grill to cooking temperature, around 250 F (120 C). Combine water, apple cider...
A 1 minute read

Grilled Corn

Grilled Corn Ingredients Corn on the cob, still in husk Garlic seasoning Salt Pepper Butter Directions Heat the grill to cooking temperature. Place the corn on the grill. Do not remove the husk. Let the corn cook until the husk is light to medium...
A 1 minute read

Egg Tacos

Egg Tacos Ingredients Tortilla (white or wheat) eggs salsa cheese (optional) seasonings of your choosing sour cream (optional) Directions Warm tortilla(s) in skillet Once warmed, move to a plate Season and cook eggs to your preferred style...
A 1 minute read

DIY Hamburger Helper

DIY Hamburger Helper Ingredients 1 pound of ground beef (can substitute ground turkey) elbow noodles (or other if you choose) jar of pasta sauce seasonings of your choice water Directions Cook seasoned ground beef until fully browned in medium or...
A 1 minute read

Crock Pot Collard Greens

Crock Pot Collard Greens Ingredients Fresh Collard greens (not those in a can) Smoked Turkey neck or smoked turkey wings seasonings water Cooking Wash collards (if they are not already washed) Chop collards into smaller pieces or strips Place...
A 1 minute read

Sausage and Meatballs

Sausage and Meatballs Serves 8-10 Ingredients 3-5 pounds sausage and meatbals, uncooked 6 cloves garlic, peeled and chopped 1 28-ounce can crushed tomatoes 1-2 28-ounce cans plum tomatoes in juice, chopped coarsely 1 bunch fresh basil cooked...
A 1 minute read

Pot Roast

Pot Roast Servce 6-10 Ingredients 2-4 pound beef chuck pot roast 1/2 cup flour kosher salt and pepper 3 carrots, sliced 3 potatoes, quartered 3 onions, sliced 2 stalks, celery, sliced 1 cup mushrooms, sliced 1 cup beef broth or wine Cooking coat...
A 1 minute read

Lemon Herb Roasted Chicken

Lemon Herb Roasted Chicken Serves 4-6 Ingredients 4-6 pound roasting chicken 1/2 cup onino, chopped 1-2 tablespoons butter juice of one lemon 1/2 teapsoon Kosher salt 2 tablespoons fresh parsley 1/2 teaspoon dried thyme 1/3 teaspooon paprika...
A 1 minute read

Easy, Healthy Fish Fillet

Easy, Healthy Fish Fillet Serves 4-6 Ingredients Kosher salt and pepper 2-3 pounds white fish (cod, sea bass, tilapia, or catfish), skilled fresh herbs (flat-leaf parsley, basil, tarragon, savory, or a combination of all) 2-3 lemons, thinly...
A 1 minute read


Chili Serves 6-8 Ingredients 2 large onions, chopped 5-6 cloves garlic, minced 2 green peppers, chopped 2-4 pounds ground beef, cooked and drained 2 14-ounce cancs, red, black, or white beans, rinsed and drained 1 14-ounce can diced tomatoes 2...
A 1 minute read

Chicken Cacciatore

Chicken Cacciatore Serves 4-8 Ingredients 2-3 onions, thinly sliced 2-4 pounds chicek (breasts or thighs), skinned 1 28-ounce can plum tomatoes, chopped 5 cloves garlic, minced 1/2 cup dry white win or broth 2 tablespoons capers 20 pitted...
A 1 minute read

Beef Stew

Beef Stew Serves 6-8 Ingredients 2-4 pounds beef chuck stew meat, cut into 1 inch cubes 1/2 cup flour Kosher salt and pepper 3 cupes beef broth 1 tablespooon Worchestershire sauce 3 cloves garlic, minced 2 bay leaves 6 small potatoes, quartered...
A 1 minute read

Beef Bourguignon

Beef Bourguignon Serves 6-8 Ingredients 3 tablespoons flour Kosher salt and pepper 3 pounds beef chuck, cut into 1inch cubes 3 large carrots, peeled and sliced 1 medium onion, sliced 6 strips cooked bacon, cut into 1-2 inch pieces 1 10-ounce can...
A 1 minute read

BBQ Pulled Pork

BBQ Pulled Pork Serves 6-8 Ingredients 2.5-5 pound pork loin, trimmed of fat 2-4 cups barbeque sauce 2-4 onions, chopped 6-8 hamburger buns or hard rolls Cooking place pork loin in corkcpot. top with onion and barbecue sauce cover and cook on low...
A 1 minute read

Baby Back Ribs

Baby Back Ribs Serves 6-10 Ingredients 2-4 racks of baby back ribs, cut into 3-4 pieces each 2-4 cups barbeque sauce 2-4 onions, chopped place ribs in corckpot. top with onion and barbecue sauce cover and cook on low for 7-9 hours or high for 4-5...
A 1 minute read

Cheese Dip

Cheese Dip Ingredients 1/2 block of Cream cheese 2 handfuls of shredded cheddar cheese (or other cheese of your chosing) salsa Tools Microwave Microwave-safe bowl Directions Place cream cheese, cheddar cheese, and salsa into a microwave-safe...
A 1 minute read

Baked Bacon

Baked Bacon Ingredients Bacon Tools Oven pre-heated to 400 F (205 C) Cooking sheet (or cast iron skillet) Directions Pre-heat oven to stated temperature Lay strips of bacon on the cooking sheet not overlaping Place in oven for 15-20 minutes, or...
A 1 minute read

Dutch Oven Chicken

There are many ways to cook a chicken. I show you how I do it.
A 4 minute read | posted on 2020-09-07 | updated on 2020-09-07

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